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Old 08-21-07, 04:15 PM
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A New Bike?

This new bike sure could used by over 50 guys. http://www.travelistic.com/video/sho...-Table-Bicycle!
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I expected to see the beer tap bike again ... I think that one has been posted to this forum at least 6 times.

Very good video. I liked the part where they admitted that it has broken every time they've used it.

Looks like it needs better brakes. I hope they don't try to take it down one of those canyon paths above Boulder.
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Old 08-21-07, 06:54 PM
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You wouldn't need to bother reserving a picnic table at the local parks with that thing
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Old 08-21-07, 09:07 PM
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I liked the built-in grill.
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And if they drink and eat too much, they might want this bike, too...

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Originally Posted by deraltekluge View Post
And if they drink and eat too much, they might want this bike, too...

perfect!! A friend I ride w/is having a colonoscopy prep today and this is the perfect pic to send and give him a little friendly harassment

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LMAO! That made my morning to be sure! LOL!
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And if they drink and eat too much, they might want this bike, too...

I have a friend who might be interested in this one. It would save time spent hunting down the nearest restroom along our routes
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